New residential developments

Construction Update

117 West 123rd Street

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Upper East Side
132 East 65th Street

Toll Brothers has started construction on a 15-story, 23-unit condo. The finished project, which is expected to hit the market next summer or fall, will feature several full-floor units at the top of the building and ground-floor retail. Toll, which purchased the distressed site from developer Trevor Davis, has also developed Northside Piers in Brooklyn and 303 East 33rd Street in Murray Hill.

Sales Update

ChelseaLoft 25
420 West 25th Street

Prices have been cut on the seven remaining residences at the nine-story, 79-unit building, to bring them in line with similar homes currently on the market in the area. The remaining apartments are all one-bedrooms, now starting at $950,000 for the 922-square-foot unit and going up to $1.595 million for the 1,949-square-foot-unit. Building features include a landscaped roof deck, a media room and a 24-hour doorman. The Developers Group is the agent. Contact: www.loft25.com.

Gramercy

Gramercy 19
148 East 19th Street

Sales have launched at the seven-story condo by Asher Dardashtian. The building features 16 one-, two- and three-bedroom homes, with prices ranging from $425,000 to $2.35 million. Amenities include a virtual doorman, a washer and dryer in each unit, and a key to Gramercy Park. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the agent. Contact: www.gramercy19.com.

Harlem

Parkside Flats
362 St. Nicholas Avenue

Sales are under way at the 11-story, 22-unit building, located across the street from St. Nicholas Park. One- and two-bedroom homes are available, some of which have a private terrace. Prices range from $439,000 to $539,000. Building amenities include a live-in super, a fitness room and a landscaped courtyard. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the agent. Contact: www.parksideflats.com.

Harlem

Windows on 123
117 West 123rd Street

Nearly half of the 26 units at R & B Development’s condo have been scooped up, nine months after hitting the market. The 14 remaining residences range from 835-square-foot one-bedrooms to a 1,815-square-foot three-bedroom. Prices, ranging from $520,000 to $1.245 million, have been reduced by just under 10 percent. Amenities include a common rooftop and a climate-controlled gym. Halstead Property Development Marketing is the agent. Contact: www.windowson123.com.

Linden 78

Upper West Side

Linden 78
230 West 78th Street

Two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom homes, with sizes ranging from 1,217 to 4,721 square feet, are now available at the new condo developed by Urban Residential and designed by Handel Architects. Buyers at the 20-story, 30-unit building will have access to a private fitness center, a children’s playroom, a landscaped courtyard and a roof terrace. The Marketing Directors is the agent. Contact: www.linden78.com.

Williamsburg

The Edge
22 N. Sixth Street (South Edge)
34 N. Seventh Street (North Edge)

Closings and move-ins have begun at the 30-story, 360-unit South Edge and the 15-story, 205-unit North Edge waterfront condo by Douglaston Development, which is now more than 30 percent sold. The LEED-certified project features studios and one-, two- and three- bedrooms, with units ranging in size from 490 to 2,275 square feet. Prices begin at $420,000 for studios and go up to $2.83 million for three-bedrooms. Amenities include two fitness facilities and an on-site spa. The Developers Group is the agent. Contact: www.williamsburgedge.com.